Twenty First Century Science: GCSE Physics Student Book by Robin Millar, Elizabeth Swinbank, David Sang, Carol Tear
  

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Twenty First Century Science: GCSE Physics Student Book by Robin Millar, Elizabeth Swinbank, David Sang, Carol Tear

The second editions of these bestselling Twenty First Century Science resources have been developed in partnership with OCR, the University of York Science Education Group and the Nuffield Foundation. The resources have been fully updated to match the new 2011 specifications. The second editions build on the success of this hugely popular suite of resources. Using extensive feedback from schools and teachers, the new suite provides ideal support for the 2011 specifications. There is lots of support for exam preparation and assessment throughout the course and even more differentiation support to help learning for all abilities. The course is fully customizable using the latest digital support and it's packed with new scientific contexts reflecting the latest research and ideas. The GCSE Physics Student Book helps you create engaging, lively and relevant science lessons. Taking three sciences can provide the fullest coverage of these subjects. This book helps your students make sense of science in everyday life and appreciate what it can tell them about themselves and the world around them. It also stimulates students to develop fundamental scientific ideas, with an emphasis on explanations and concepts.

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Mixed media product
296 pages

Author

Robin Millar, Elizabeth Swinbank, David Sang, Carol Tear
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Publication date

19th May 2011

ISBN

9780199138425


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